Letter – Thomas Crawhall to Wood – 29 Nov 1803

Document Type: Letter
Date: 29 Nov 1803
Correspondent: Thomas Crawhall
Recipient: Wood
Archive Source: TWA DF HUG 149
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Mr Wood						Newcastle Nov. 23d. – 1803.

Bretton Yorkshire under Cover to Col: Beaumont M.P.    


       We have this day shipped on board the Ship Two Brothers Captain John Gardner for Hull by Mrs. Beaumonts Order 50 ps Slag Lead of 69c 3 q ,, & One Cask of Lead Fume qty. <Neat> 1-2 - <x> as p[er] Bill of Lading inclosed; they are directed T.R Beaumont Esq Bretton to be left at the Old Warehouse Wakefield.   As we did not know to whose care to direct the above at Hull, it may be necessary that you employ some person to take the charge of them there, pay the Freight &c.

	I am &c.  T.C.

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